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the last two missing victims of Alaska's fatal air crash were found dead late on Tuesday evening after a hunt through frigid waters and debris the Coast Guard says to sightseeing planes crashed in mid air and in broad daylight on Monday an Australian and Canadian were among the missing a total of fourteen passengers were involved in the accident first responder Jacob our new one of the pilots who was killed we're in dry suits so we jumped in the water %HESITATION searching for anything and find smacking floats yell and people's for people %HESITATION didn't know anyone's name except for the pilot flying was his life so , investigators have begun probing the cause of Monday's deadly crash the national transportation safety board said neither the planes were required to be fitted with flight data or cockpit voice recorders the planes were operated by two separate tour companies the passengers had all arrived in the southern Alaskan town of Ketchikan on the royal princess cruise ship for a weeklong tour between Vancouver British Columbia and Alaska divers will start working on Wednesday to pull up the wreckage of the two planes